This contemporary, seafront hotel has a sandy beach on its doorstep. There’s a huge swimming pool, too.
This place is on the waterfront of Costa Teguise Bay and backs onto the popular windsurfing stretch of Las Cucharas beach. And it’s just a 2-minute walk from the weekly craft market in Pueblo Marinero square.
Light, minimalist décor inside and out gives the hotel a contemporary feel. Other highlights include a big outdoor pool and 2 restaurants.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Snacks. Ice-cream for children.
Selected local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer and wine. Your All Inclusive package will be available at the hotel until you leave for your return flight home.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Generous in size, this curvy number comes with a large terrace dotted with sunloungers and palms. Open from 9am 'til 5pm in winter, and 10pm 'til 6pm in summer.
Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you have any special dietary requirements just let us know. Just so you know, in winter dinner times are from 6.30pm 'til 9pm.
International entertainment programme
With a selection of different activities from including darts, water polo and table tennis.
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Superior Family Room with Balcony
Twin Room with Balcony
These twin rooms feature gentle tones with simple furnishings. They come with a balcony for that bit of extra space. You'll also have air-con, and a flatscreen TV available.
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Just returned from here stayed for 1 week I can not find any fault at all the reception staff excellent especially sibel.bar staff couldn’t do enough for you especially Rioja food excellent,had a sea view room it was large spacious and clean .room was cleaned every day bed was changed as well.Location couldn’t be any better 2 minute walk to a lovely sandy beach.We went all inclusive food was great if you didn’t want the restaurant at lunch they had a pool side bar with hot snacks wine ,beer, soft drinks were help your self . Entertainment upstairs was every night and also in the pub around 10.30 .Overall couldn’t fault the hotel would recommend this hotel 100% .The one thing that management could do is stop the sad people putting towels on the sun beds at 6 am .More
Well what can I say just can't fault this hotel. Everything was excellent. All staff work extremely hard. Nothing's too much when asked. Food excellent. Rooms very nice. Everywhere extremely clean. Central location to shops and minutes to beach. Entertainment best I've seen and we've visited lots of hotels in costa teguise. A must stay!!More
great location next to shops ,bars, and beach. Staff are all wonderful, our room was large and cleaned daily, (sheets not changed in week) there is a card you leave in door if you want room cleaned, pool freezing, sunbeds plenty mostly taken by 9am but still some free, you just have to move them wherever you want to sit, food below average, very spicy ,seem to cater more for germans though im a fussy eater and didn't starve, also nice/cheap eateries around, we ate out a few times. drinks were fab, great choices, entertainment is usual foreign stuff, odd good act thrown in, we went early nov when entertainment was outside, but it got very windy so it was moved upstairs, limited seating though, also don't think its a very disabled friendly hotel, not many kids there either, though animation team stayed with the two that were there all the time, a few more did turn up in the week Overall, not a four star or luxury hotel but perfectly adequate for a weeks break, went with first choice who were also brilliant.More
A total gem of an hotel
Group of 4 adults just returned on the 14th November from the Be Live Beach hotel, and all had a fantastic stay, from the moment of walking through the doors and being greeted with a glass of Bucks Fizz and food whilst the reception booked us in, to literally nearly having to be dragged away when the holiday was over. Every member of the hotel staff we met were terrific in their attention to detail, and always made you feel more than welcome. Accommodation is split across 5 3 storey blocks and the 2 sea view family rooms that we had in block 1 were both spotless and well laid out, we had a kitchenette, but strangely no utensils to use, maybe this is stocked up if you are not staying all inclusive, and to be honest the quality and variety of the food at all meal times meant we didn't need to use the kitchenette anyway. Beds were very comfy and also loads of wardrobe space. The TV in the room also had several English channels to choose from if needed. Breakfast is served in the main dining room from 7:30 to 10:00, then the poolside bar serves late breakfast from 10:00 til 12:00, main lunch served in the main dining room is 13:00 until 15:00, afternoon snacks in the pool bar from 13:00 till 17:00. Evening meal served in the dining room from 18:30 till 21:00. This is the first all inclusive that we have stayed at and never had to go out to eat.. which says all it can about the great quality. Free bottles of water are also supplied from the hotel reception. For the drinkers.. the all inclusive alcoholic drinks are served in various bars around the hotel up until 12pm, lager and wine are on tap for self service, and at the bars even the local spirits are a good match for the major brands. The adjoining Brandywell Pub is included in the all inclusive deal. There are plenty of sun loungers around the large pool area, the hotel does have a 'no towel' policy, but this did not stop the 'usual culprits' from claiming beds early in the morning in the best spots. The beach is reached through a private gate from the hotel and you will be hard pushed to find a better on the island, can be a little breezy at times, but as any travellers that have visited Fuerteventura or Lanzarote will know to expect that. The hotel itself is located directly on the beach and all the resorts facilities are just a very short stroll away from the doorstep. Try a visit to the Plaza Marinero and spend a few hours listening to some of the best music in the 'Irelands Eye' bar, especially if the 3 Bridies are playing. Lots of trips are also available to see the Island including an Atlantic dive in a 44 seater submarine, this cost €55 and is well worth the price. For anyone wanting to visit the big market in Teguise on Sunday, then check out bus route number 11 from the resort it is only €2.50 each way, go early as the last bus back is at 2pm, trips run at €8 ew and taxis are €18 ew. If anyone has wrote a bad review of this Be Live hotel, then I really don't know what it would take to satisfy those people. If there wasn't so many other places to visit yet on my bucket list, then this hotel would be the first place I would go back to. For any of the staff that might read this review.. can I say a very big thank you for making this a terrific holiday, for keeping my plate full, and my glass overflowing.More
Lee R, 635915
Another excellent stay at Be Live Experience. 3rd visit and again cannot fault the place. Hard-working friendly staff throughout the hotel who always make you feel welcome. Food in the restaurant spot on for me with something tasty and well presented at each sitting. Didn't visit the entertainment area at all again as I find the Brandy well pub sufficient for what I want, which is a quiet drink outside watching the world go by, although this can get a little crowded at times. Bar staff work really hard here and happily take your order outside and bring your drink to your table. A little hard pushed though to get served if you are standing at the bar and can be a while before you are acknowledged. The Be Live is great for solo travellers like me and would highly recommend if you are looking for a quiet complex to get away to and relax. Felt totally safe walking around and also when going into the square alone, no problem at all. Great location on the beach, although disappointed the sunbeds have once again gone from the beach so unless you like sitting on your towel on the beach forget about those lazy beach days. Weather was great for November and didn't always need a cardigan at night. Can be overcast and cloudy with wind at times but that's what makes the temperatures more than comfortable. Definately recommend and will absolutely return again !More
Kate G, 187065
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